The government launched an arts and crafts exhibition in Islamabad but failed to draw public at the venue. As a result, the craftsmen and skilled labour faced difficulties and returned to their homes with meager amounts of money. The lack of publicity turned a promising event into a major disappointment.

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gulbadan
March 2, 2011 3:19 pm
what a pity but where does the givernment have the time or inclination for such fine things - people, arts, culture.
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